ABOUT BLUEINGREEN

BlueInGreen empowers water professionals to achieve their treatment objectives with the lowest combination of risk and costs while driving enhanced outcomes for people, communities and the planet.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

Combat odor and corrosion problems in your collection system with BlueInGreen technology. Designed to eliminate sulfide production by promoting an aerobic environment, our odor control solutions offer an effective alternative to chemical treatment in force main and gravity sewers. 

Built on proven BlueInGreen gas dissolution technology, our solutions offer unparalleled advantages for ozonation of water and wastewater. Whether eliminating DBP issues or minimizing the discharge of emerging contaminants, BIG excels.

Utilizing the smallest carrier stream in the industry, BlueInGreen technology efficiently dissolves carbon dioxide in a sidestream process. From simple in-process pH adjustment and alkalinity addition to large recarbonation projects, BIG delivers results.

BlueInGreen technology utilizes a pressurized process to rapidly and efficiently dissolve oxygen in a side stream, offering multiple benefits in a host of municipal, industrial and ecological water treatment applications. Winner of the WEF Innovative Technology Award, BIG Oxygenation is the solution that started it all.

CONTACT INFORMATION

BlueInGreen

700 W. Research Center Blvd., Suite 1207

Fayetteville, AR 72701

UNITED STATES

Phone: 479-527-6378

Fax: 479-668-0841

Contact: Tyler Elm

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • September 2020, water joined precious metals, oil and other commodity futures traded on Wall Street amid fears of scarcity. In October, Chart Industries, Inc., a global manufacturer of engineered equipment for the industrial gas and energy industries, announced its acquisition of the water cleantech company BlueInGreen, LLC., which Chart’s CEO and President, Jill Evanko, described as a ‘natural fit’.

  • At Schreiber Foods' wastewater treatment plant in Utah, mineral acids had been used for pH control in the past but were discontinued due to safety and handling issues. With an average daily flow of 250,000 gallons, the cheese and yogurt facility struggled to meet discharge permit requirements. Facility owners desired a safer, more cost-effective solution that would provide automatic control over process pH levels. Read the full case study to learn more.

  • Plant managers at Del Monte Foods in Siloam Springs, Ark. utilized a 14 million gallon facultative lagoon to provide treatment before applying the effluent on 500 acres of land nearby. However, the facultative lagoon was unable to meet the municipal pretreatment permit requirements, resulting in surcharges of $450,000 per month. Read the full case study to learn more. 

  • The Plant’s wastewater treatment facility uses four, covered anerobic lagoons to manage BOD, pretreating wastewater prior to sending the effluent to a pumping station which directs the wastewater into the municipal collection system for final treatment at the City’s wastewater treatment plant. Read more to learn how the company used hydrogen peroxide and a catalyst to maintain an aerobic environment but was unable to adequately mitigate the odor from the facility’s wastewater.

  • Wastewater from the meat processing facility is treated using a sequence batch reactor and an aerobic lagoon that discharges to surface waters following treatment. The facility replaced surface aeration equipment with two, 350-HP the “no-splash,” side-stream SDOX® systems retrofitted to the treatment basin. Read the full case study to learn the results.

  • Officials at the Jefferson Parish Sewerage Department approached the team at Digital Engineering to find a long-term solution for the odor and corrosion issues throughout the East Bank Wastewater Treatment Plant. The consultants at Digital Engineering, headquartered in Kenner, La., began researching methods to reduce odor and corrosive compounds flowing into the plant while also protecting the parish’s infrastructure from the harmful effects of hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Because expensive chemicals fail to prevent the occurrence of H2S, plant consultants opted to use oxygen to minimize corrosion while reducing chemical costs.

  • Plant officials at a 12 MGD wastewater plant in Arkansas began evaluating disinfection alternatives to upgrade their current system as well as address the removal of contaminants of emerging concern (CEC). The facility, which included primary clarification, activated sludge, secondary clarification and sand filtration, elected to use dissolved ozone to replace its current ultraviolet (UV) system. After researching different ozone systems, plant officials chose to install BlueInGreen’s HyDOZ® technology in order to more efficiently meet current permit requirements, as well as prepare for future legislation.

  • The wastewater facility servicing the Company's Millsboro processing plant uses a continuous process reactor and discharges to 900 acres of Company-owned cropland using spray irrigation. Read the full case study to learn how the facility replaced mechanical surface aerators with SDOX® technology to fulfill the oxygen needs of the various biological treatment processes without interrupting operations.

  • The wastewater pre-treatment plant processes effluent from the manufacturing facility prior to discharging into the sanitary sewer system for treatment at the municipal wastewater facility. Use of sulphuric acid to manage the pH of the wastewater in the buffering reactor tank prior to entering the DAF for solids and oil removal was considered to be an unnecessary risk requiring significant safety protocols.